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SPORTSPERSONS OF THE MONTH
UH Swimming & Diving

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UH Swimming & Diving Team (Men's) −
The University of Hawaii Swimming & Diving teams made History as both the Men's & Women's squads claimed the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Championships – Senior Johan Sandall finished Second behind Max Burman in both the One-meter and Three-meter, excelled in his top event with the Platform dive finishing first overall – Sandell finished over 100 Points better than his teammate, Freshman Octavio Lucero with a score 449.80 – The Men finished one, two, and three in the event with Junior Lucas Cooperman taking the No. 3 spot – Diving: One Meter (Max Burman), Three Meter (Max Burman), Platform (Johan Sandell), Platform (Lucas Cooperman) –
Swimming: Senior Metin Aydin matched Phoebe Hines with his Tthird individual first-place finish as he took the No. 1 spot in the 200 Backstrokes, touching the Wall at 1:44.15.

UH Swimming & Diving

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UH Swimming & Diving Team (Women's) −
Sophomore Victoria Moretti notched her first platform victory of the season with a score of 265.85, while Senior Monica Gavaris took the third-place spot – the University of Hawaii Swimming squad saw a new record set in the Women's 1650 Free as Junior Phoebe Hines set a new mark in the event with a time of 15:45.68, finishing a minute ahead of the second-place competitor and being led by the Senior duo of Bryndis Hansen & Kasey Schmidt, Sophomores Mia Tedesco & Anna Kotonen helped the Women's team collected their fourth separate relay first-place finish with the 400 Free relay clocking in with a time of 3:19.74.

UH Swimming & Diving Team (Men's) UH Swimming & Diving Team (Women's)
February 2019
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February 2019
Female Sportsperson

WEEKLY SPEAKERS

ABOUT THE HONOLULU QUARTERBACK CLUB

The Honolulu Quarterback Club is celebrating 72 years as Hawaiʻi's only All-Around Sports Enthusiasts' Club

Mission Statement

"The mission of the Honolulu Quarterback Club is to encourage and support excellence in the conduct of, and participation in, all levels of sporting events by Hawaiʻi Athletes. To recognize individuals and teams for outstanding achievement in athletics, academics and citizenship."

The purposes for which the corporation was formed are:

  1. To recognize athletes and those who promote athletics in Hawaiʻi.
  2. To promote good sportsmanship and create better understanding of various sports.
  3. To promote the application of the highest ethical standards in all sports endeavors by the exchange of methods and ideas.
  4. This organization is organized exclusively for charitable and educational purposes within the meaning of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
HONOLULU QUARTERBACK CLUB - WEEKLY MEETING

July 15, 2019 - Meeting Announcement

HONOLULU QUARTERBACK CLUB

"The Preeminent Sports Source in Hawaiʻi, Recognizing All Sports"
55 South Kukui Street
Suite #D2708
Honolulu Hawaiʻi 96813
Herman H. Stern, President
Website: honoluluquarterbackclub.com / Telephone 808-531-9930

PRESS RELEASE

For Release: Sunday July 14, 2019

The Honolulu Quarterback Club, celebrating 72 years, is pleased to announce the following Guest Speaker for their luncheon, Monday, July 15th, at the Maple Garden Restaurant:

+ Elliot Ptasnik – Head Coach – Swimming & Diving Program – University of Hawaiʻi.

Joan Davis Elliot Ptasnik – Head Coach – Swimming & Diving Program – University of Hawaiʻi.  Coach Elliot has been recently named Head Coach of the Swimming & Diving Program. He arrived at UH in 2016 as an assistant swimming coach and led both the Men & Women's teams to successful seasons in 2016-17. The UH women won the 2017 MPSF Championship and the men's team won 3rd place. In the 2016-17 season, UH Swimmers broke eight school records and combined for 41 program top-10 times. Head Coach Mike Brown of the UH Diving Program will introduce Coach Elliot on Monday at the Honolulu Quarterback Club luncheon.



We meet every Monday (except holidays) at the Maple Garden Restaurant. We serve lunch (Chinese buffet style) and host various sports persons as guest speakers and they are always available for questions and discussions. Lunch starts at 11:30 am and the program begins at 12 noon. The restaurant is located at 909 Isenberg (map)(near the corner of King and Isenberg directly across from the Old Stadium Park). There is free parking next to the Restaurant or street parking is available. The entrance to the meeting room is located at the rear of the Maple Garden building through the parking lot.

The luncheon cost is $17.00 per person for members and guests which includes tax and gratuities.

THE GENERAL PUBLIC IS INVITED

Come to our meeting & celebrate these speakers!

There is parking next to the Maple Garden Restaurant and plenty of street parking.


Allan Silva, the head basketball coach at St. Louis High School, spoke before the club and shared this definition of ALOHA with us.
We thought it was interesting enough to share with you.
Herman Stern - President


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